|Halo (Xbox) - Halo level 0:15:29 - Brandon Raffensperger - Brandon 'gwdpto' Raffensperger|
Single-segment speedrun of the Halo level (level 2) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. Major savings show up at the end of the level, during the three rescue missions. Unorthodox... but totally legal, and quite effective! The run (by Brandon 'gwdpto' Raffensperger) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Halo level
|Halo/Halo 2 [Xbox] - MVid [CV]Chrome|
Got Bored Made Vid LOL
Keywords: halo; chromedas; halo2
|Halo (Xbox) - Keyes 0:13:18 - Andrew Halabourda - Andrew 'goatrope' Halabourda|
Single-segment speedrun of the Keyes level (level 9) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. Not a perfect run - but speedy nonetheless. Some nice techniques. The run (by Andrew 'goatrope' Halabourda) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Keyes
|Halo (Xbox) - The Library 0:20:57 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Single-segment speedrun of the Library level (level 7) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. This level can be truly mindnumbing, due to the vast numbers of enemies to be dealt with; it's amazing how close the player comes to dying but DOESN'T - over and over and over again. The run (by Cody Miller) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: The Library
|Halo (Xbox) - Two Betrayals 0:25:03 - Taylor Jones - Taylor Jones|
Single-segment speedrun of the Two Betrayals level (level 8) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. A great example of using the right weapon for the job, with some wonderful touches thrown in. A skilled dash. The run (by Taylor Jones) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Two Betrayals
|Halo (Xbox) - The Maw 0:11:08 - Trevor Fitch - Trevor Fitch|
Single-segment speedrun of the Maw level (level 10) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. Efficiency is at a maximum here; forward movement is all. Fantastic technique of using doorways to bounce grenades off, to leave them behind as the player moves on. The run (by Trevor Fitch) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: The Maw
|Halo (Xbox) - Silent Cartographer 0:04:18 - Andrew Halabourda - Andrew 'goatrope' Halabourda|
Single-segment speedrun of the Silent Cartographer level (level 4) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. Amazing shortcuts and some really snazzy jumping. The run (by Andrew 'goatrope' Halabourda) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Silent Cartographer
|Halo (Xbox) - Pillar of Autumn 0:06:08 - Nephi Johnson - Nephi 'Condorman' Johnson|
Single-segment speedrun of the Pillar of Autumn level (Level 1) of Halo, performed on Legendary difficulty. There are a couple of little-known tricks, and some snazzy grenade jumps for timesaving. The run (by Nephi 'Condorman' Johnson) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Pillar of Autumn
|Halo 2 (Xbox) - Outskirts 0:05:01 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Speedrun of Halo 2's "Outskirts" in 5:01 on Legendary difficulty.
Keywords: Halo 2; Halo 2: Outskirts; Xbox
|Halo 2 (Xbox) - Metropolis 0:05:27 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Speedrun of Halo 2's "Metropolis" on legendary difficulty, in 5:27.
Keywords: Halo 2; Halo 2: Metropolis; Xbox
|Halo (Xbox) - 343 Guilty Spark 0:07:41 - Tristan Cahill - Tristan Cahill|
Single-segment speedrun of the 343 Guilty Spark level (level 6) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. This level was designed to be multilevel, with a route that took you through both upstairs and downstairs - this run shows how the designers' wishes can be easily circumvented with some well-placed grenades. The run (by Tristan Cahill) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: 343 Guilty Spark
|Halo 2 (Xbox) - Cairo Station 0:10:19 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Speedrun of Halo 2's "Cairo Station", on Legendary difficulty. The run from start to finish is 10:19, and includes 2 deaths.
Keywords: Halo 2; Halo 2: Cairo Station; Xbox
|Halo (Xbox) - Truth and Reconciliation 0:24:21 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Single-segment speedrun of the Truth and Reconciliation level (level 3) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. The biggest time savings came by grenade-jumping past the second floor; the trigger that causes the final cutscene to kick in is the death of all enemies on the third floor, but if you skip the enemy GENERATION step, the cutscene happens immediately. The run (by Cody Miller) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Truth and Reconciliation
|Halo (Xbox) - The Maw 0:09:15 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Single-segment Speedrun of Halo's "The Maw" level in 9:15 on legendary difficulty. A technique is used to be pushed through the ceiling to skip a portion of the level.
Keywords: Halo: The Maw; Xbox
|Going Nowhere Fast Highlight Reel - Claude Errera|
This is a highlight reel containing some of the best moments of the various entries to the 'Going Nowhere Fast Speedrun contest for Halo (Xbox) held in the summer of 2004. It contains foootage from both winning runs (also available here at archive.org) and runs that didn't win. Compilation was done by Cody Miller.
Keywords: Speedrun; Halo; highlights
Downloads: 3,168 (2 reviews)
|Halo 2 (Xbox) - Single-segment (Legendary) 3:16:28 - Cody Miller - Cody Miller|
Single Segment Speedrun of Halo 2 on Legendary difficulty. For a more detailed description, see the halo.bungie.org forum post at http://carnage.bungie.org/haloforum/halo.forum.pl?read=642475 This was an entry to satisfy the Twin Galaxies Halo 2 2005 Bounty.
Keywords: Halo 2; Single-segment
Downloads: 72,641 (5 reviews)
|Halo (Xbox) - Assault on the Control Room 0:06:53 - Sean Oehrle - Sean Oehrle|
Single-segment speedrun of the Assault on the Control Room level (level 5) of Halo, performed on Legendary Difficulty. An example of how bypassing spawn triggers can make the run a cakewalk (or ghostride, as the case may be). The run (by Sean Oehrle) was the level winner in a speedrun contest held at halo.bungie.org in the summer of 2004.
Keywords: Halo; Xbox; Halo: Assault on the Control Room
|Halo - Cooked Auto|
Halo! The game everyone either loves or loves to hate. The game, which started as a game for the Mac, moved to PC and then became a launch game for Microsoft's new console the Xbox, where it stayed for a sequel before it moved to the Xbox 360 for its second sequel. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; Cooked Auto; Halo
|Halo 3: ODST - FrenzyTheKillbot|
Halo 3: ODST (originally Halo 3: Recon) is a first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft. It was released on the Xbox 360 video game console on September 22, 2009. Players assume the roles of elite human United Nations Space Command soldiers known as "Orbital Drop Shock Troopers" or ODSTs during the events of Halo 2 and Halo 3. In the game's campaign mode, players explore the ruined city of New Mombasa to discover what happened to their missing teammates in the...
Keywords: let's play; FrenzyTheKillbot; Halo 3: ODST
|Halo 2 - Cooked Auto|
Halo 2! The game that has inspired many heated debates ever since its release. Unlike its predecessor it was developed for the Xbox from the beginning and became the most popular game on Xbox live for sometime until Gears of War on the 360 beat it. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; Cooked Auto; Halo 2
|Conker: Live & Reloaded Mockumentary "Conker: Celebrity Squirrel" - Fred Northup, Jr.|
A 2005 mockumentary on the disappearance of Conker, and what happened after Conker's Bad Fur Day, including his work on Halo 2, and his comedy stand up and rap career. This was originally released as a promotional video for Conker: Live & Reloaded. [Thanks to Fileshack for the video source]
Keywords: Conker; Conker: Live & Reloaded; Halo 2; Mockumentary; Microsoft; Xbox
|Peter Moore - Xbox 360 Interview (October 2006) - Kikizo|
Kikizo interviews Peter Moore, then VP of Gaming at Microsoft, in October 2006 (between the Tokyo Game Show 2006 (TGS) and X06 (Microsoft's gaming event)). The questions centre a lot around the Xbox 360, although also mentioned are games for Windows, the Japanese market and some other related items - Bungie, Peter Jackson and the Halo film, Microsoft research into controls. See the segments list for the full list of question points...
Keywords: Kikizo; Interview; Peter Moore; Microsoft; Xbox 360; Japan; Windows; Ensemble; Bungie; Peter Jackson; Halo; Halo Wars; Tokyo Games Show; X06
|Pure Pwnage Episode 15 – "T-Bag"|
The episode opens with a machinima of Team Fortress 2 (TF2). After this, Jeremy, Kyle and Dave attend a Gamer Army lecture by Teh_Masterer, which Jeremy finds boring. Jeremy and Kyle then visit Anastasia. Though Jeremy deleted her character, Anastasia has assumed her account was hacked, and thus is not mad - on the contrary, the time away from WoW has changed her attitude completely. Later, Jeremy excitedly prepares for the release of Halo 3 in his apartment, and then goes to the mall to purchas...
Keywords: Pure Pwnage; Video Games; Team Fortress 2; Gamer Army; World of Warcraft; Halo 3; Machinima
|Halo 2 Making Of Video - Film Oasis|
A Making of Halo 2 video, from December 2003 (the game was released November 2004), which details the design (including art design), story and gameplay of Halo 2 and details of the work going into it, and how the project started and what features are in the game. Interviews are with various Bungie people: Marty O'Donnell (Composer/Audio Director), Joseph Staten (Writer/Cinematics Director), Jason Jones (Project Lead), Jamie Griesemer (Design Lead), Marcus Lehto (Art Director), Nathan Walpole (An...
Keywords: Interview; Bungie; Microsoft; Halo 2; Marty O'Donnell; Joseph Staten; Jason Jones; Jamie Griesemer; Marcus Lehto; Nathan Walpole; Robert McLees; Shi Kai Wang; Chris Butcher
|Red vs. Blue - Episode 00 - Introduction|
This machinima film introduces the players that perform in Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles. This piece of machinima is made entirely in Bungie's smash Xbox game Halo.
Keywords: Rooster Teeth Productions: Red vs. Blue series: Episode 00 - Introduction; Halo; Bungie Software
Downloads: 37,525 (6 reviews)
|Consolevania S01 E05 "The Musical" - Consolevania|
Consolevania - Season 1, Episode 5 - "The Musical". Probably the only time the cast will sing a song, "The Musical" does what it says on the tin (although not very seriously). Quite a few regular sketches, mainly doing song-related content. Some one off things including Master Chef Chief, CV Top Gear, Top 10 SNES games, and several reviews.
Keywords: Consolevania; videogame; videogame review; Legend; Tap Tap Tap; Sammy Miller; John Gacy; Peter Molyneux; Master Chef; The Deer Hunter; Dominik Diamond; Top Gear; Shigsy; Halo 2; Cabela's Deer Hunt: 2005 Season; Tales of Symphonia; Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
|Red vs. Blue - Episode 30 - I Dream of Meanie|
Tex is back, and she's on a mission to kill. The reds look for a volunteer for the position of resident robot guy.
Keywords: rooster teeth; bungie; microsoft; halo: red vs. blue; red vs. blue: episode 30 - i dream of meanie
Downloads: 26,101 (1 review)
|Fire Team Charlie - Episode 11 - Mount Hang'em High - Ben Langley and Andrew Zulpo|
Newly reincarnated Jono takes the commander to Mount Hang em' High to get a new android. Much hilarity ensues.
Keywords: Ben Langley and Andrew Zulpo; bungie; microsoft; halo: fire team charlie; fire team charlie: episode 11 - mount hang'em high
|Consolevania S03 E02 "You Are Desirable" - Consolevania|
Consolevania - Season 3, Episode 1 - You Are Desirable. More reviews and sketches from the "Consolevania Towers", along with Ziggy "I'm not evil" Springsteen doing his own section for the show, Bullet Time & MC Meatshield Micro doing a review roundup in addition to the normal reviews, and a Halo 3 live action film as a bonus feature (after the credits) among other things.
Keywords: Consolevania; videogame; videogame review; Ziggy Springsteen; Halo 3; Peter Molyneux; Nintendo; Nintendo keynote; Edith and Rosemary; FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage; Ouendan 2; Ninja Gaiden Sigma; Big Brain Academy (Wii), Armored Core 4 (360), Torrente 3: The Protector; G1 Jockey; The Darkness; Global Defence Force Tactics